Why capital 'D'?

Jean-W7

Jean-W7

Why is there a capital 'D' in the sentence, 'Tu Di dove sei?' Just came across this in one of the 'P' tests.
grahame-r

grahame-r

A typo!? You don't need always to use the "Tu" when you say "Di dove sei", and you always start a sentence with a capital,
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Jean, it is a typo which will be amended as soon as possible. As you can see in lesson 1.6 you can write it as "di dove sei?", the subject "tu" can be omitted. Ciao

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